Thursday, June 21, 2012

Sweet Salvage and The Summer Lovin' Event!

We are so excited to be invited again to share our homemade goodies
The Sweet Salvage: Summer Lovin' Event
this weekend. 
It is SUCH a treat to be around this group of amazingly creative + talented people.
We just love them!
And Boy have they been busy...I had a sneak peek yesterday
they have truly out done themselves this time.
I walked around in awe, enveloped in such beauty!
Here are our fresh...and I mean fresh...we grew, picked and made all the
preserves, jams and jellies in just the past few weeks.
I made old fashioned peach jam, apricot and blackberry jam, apricot jam,
peach and orange blossom jam, hibiscus jelly, lemon verbena jelly, 
rose petal jelly, and just for Sweet, a Midwestern classic--
organic corn relish--perfect for your 4th of July BBQ's.
They are stocking our limited edition BoHo T-Shirts...
"Make Eggs Not War"
only $16.

I spy a red tool caddy that would be perfect for the farm!?!
How about these blue and white gingham trays?
and this green scale
and this whole vignette
<3 the birdcage, the Jeanne D'Arc Living magazines,
the color green, rust and chippy paint too.
Can't wait to go hunting tomorrow morning at Sweet!
The doors open at 10am!
I know it's hot but they have air conditioning! 
Even more of a reason to steal away for an hour or two to Sweet Salvage
and see what kind of vintage treasures are waiting for you.

See more preview pictures in this Phoenix New Times article.

Can't wait...See you down there!

All photos are courtesy of Sweet Salvage


  1. Wow! What a fun event! There are so many things I see that I like just from the pics. And all those jams, you sure have been busy Caroline. I hope you have a wonderful time and sell out of everything!

    Cindy Bee

  2. I need one of those rust arbors for my roses Caroline~can you send one to Boston? Looks like lots of temptation over there!!

  3. Looks like it is going to be a very fun day for everyone. Love the pictures and all of the things in those pictures. I think I could make a spot for most of it around here. Enjoy!

    @ 3Beeze Homestead

  4. Caroline, your vignettes are so *cute* What a fantastic event, and I wish I could be there!

  5. Dearest Caroline,

    Your homemade goodies will be a special addition to the Sweet Salvage. Enjoy your time there and hope you sell well.
    Love to you and happy Summer start off.

  6. Oh man I saw a woven cloche with my name on it too but I'm to far away. We just got your heat here in NH for the last two days but it's due to go away and I can't wait. I don't miss the Arizona heat at all! I hope you're doing well Caroline and enjoy the show tomorrow!


  7. Hello Caroline, I haven't visited for a while, so I have been enjoying a slow and marvelous meander through your lovely space. Oh, I have been missing so much. I just love your blog . . . I have never made real jam (only freezer jam) . . . your recipes look pretty easy and I am ready for the challenge. Thank you for a amazing and inspiring tour. Connie :)

  8. Dear Caroline, Thank you for visiting my blog and for the sweet comments on my aprons. I've been sewing for many, many years, but canning is a brand new adventure. I'm glad that you have confidence in me . . . I hope it rubs off, so that I do, too. Have a great weekend, Connie :)

  9. Love browsing those photos - lots of neat goodies packed in and under and between! neat stuff!


Thank you so much for your sweet comments!

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